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My Fairview Lake History David Kalan

FVL Alumni

Several times over the past decade I have been asked why I feel such a strong connection to Fairview Lake. On more than one occasion I have simply told them I still feel such pride in where I spent my childhood summers because it is where I grew up and where I learned to become a man. For many people that went to summer camp as children, the memories stay MORE >


My Fairview Lake History Paul Gomperz

FVL Alumni

In my generation, and possibly with today's kids as well, there is a huge difference in self-esteem and self-confidence that comes from having excelled at some athletic endeavor. In my case, it was my transformation from being an athletic nerd to becoming the home run hitting first baseman for Camp Kittatinny's vaunted Senior Team (Softball). I came to camp MORE >


My Fairview Lake History Stephanie Wilson

FVL Alumni

“Life’s roughest storms prove the strength of our anchors” In July of 1985 my mother drove me and my brother Scott through the gates of Fairview Lake for the first time. I was 6 and Scott was 8. My mother was a single parent who received a ‘campership’ from Fairview Lake so she could attend college and work to support us, MORE >


My Fairview Lake History Bruce Whichard

FVL Alumni

Nendawen: My father Charles Whichard was waterfront director back in the late 1950's through the mid 1960's. My parents were married in March 1956, they spent their first summer together, the summer of 1956 at Nendawen, Chuck as the waterfront director, Bobbi assisting with teaching swimming, and also working the trading post.My oldest brother Craig was a MORE >


My Fairview Lake History Linna Griffin

FVL Alumni

When I was younger, the world seemed so small. A tiny room I shared with my brothers inside a big house in the suburbs. I would go to school during the day and come back to my room at night. As a kid, I always thought the places I had been did not hold any consequence on my development. That thought had never occurred to me, then again, I was only eight MORE >


Introducing a New Adult Class - Mat Pilates

South Mountain YMCA

MAT PILATES (16 yrs & up) An open-level class in the strengthening core exercises of Joseph Pilates. These exercises are executed on the floor on a small mat in a sequence perfect for developing your core muscles through focused, centered, controlled, conditioning through your every breath. Learn the correct positioning for safety and effective MORE >


BLACKLIGHT BUBBLE SPIN PARTY

Sussex County YMCA

The Sussex County YMCA will be holding a Blacklight Bubble Spin Party Saturday, September 20th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. All are welcome to join in, come wearing white or neon and glow in the dark! Please pre-register at the Welcome Center. Ages 16 + Members: $10, Non-members: $15


ADULT MINI MEET

Sussex County YMCA

Calling all swimmers - ages 18 and over! The Sussex County YMCA will be hosting the Adult Mini Meet on Saturday, October 11. Enjoy the thrill of the race with no stress. All swimmers of all levels are welcome to enter this mini-meet format. Meet is recognized by NJ Masters Swimming. Entree fees: $12 per swimmer to register and $5 per event. REGISTRATION MORE >


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